Moment Man Was Held By His Friends After He Runs Mad On The Highway
By smooth2real | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
In a video shared on an Instagram page @legitpost.com.ng. A young man was seen acting a little bit strange on highway. Some people would call it madness judging by the way he was acting. Luckily for the young man, his friends were close by to retrain him for injuring himself in the process. It was a busy road and he could have ran into a coming vehicle. I hope he gets the needed care and help as soon as possible.
There is hardly a week that you won't see someone acting a little bit insane in the public. Often times this videos are seen on social media platforms. This might be as a result of hard drugs been taken by young men and women. Although most of the videos are mostly men seen going mad. There is hardly any simple explanation for such behavior. We all need to be careful of what we do or where we go to.
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